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Thanks, I have been doing some research and there seems to be several implementations of the "LinuxPPS" daemon which works directly with the kernel. Then fire up an ntp server and you are good to go. I wish I had the components so that I could bash on it this weekend.
<t>My first project for the Rpi will be to implement a stratum 1 NTP server for the house using a low cost gps from spark fun.<br/> <br/> My question is, can the gpio pins be used for the pps signal?<br/> <br/> It may be a matter of recompiling the ntp source to look at a different pin, which doesnt...
- Thu Dec 29, 2011 3:32 pm
- Forum: General discussion
- Topic: STICKY: Introduce yourself!
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Hi, Keith here from the midwest US. I have been in computing for 30+ years and yes I started in cobol on punched cards. I am a linux admin and would love to use the raspberry pi as an interface between weather instruments and the internet.